Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||18.0 miles, Network|
The extensive network of trails at Midcoast Conservancy’s Hidden Valley Nature Center provide varied experiences for all ability levels. Trails access bogs, ponds, and unique habitats, and are groomed in the winter months for year-round recreation.
|Length||2.1 miles, Network|
The Stetser Preserve Trails meander through mix deciduous / coniferous forests with small seeps and streams, and a variety of wildlife habitats. There are stone walls and old skidder trails providing clues to past land use.
|Length||1.2 miles, Network|
The Whitefield Salmon Preserve contains trails which follow the banks of the Sheepscot River, the West Branch of the Sheepscot River, and the confluence. The trails provide easy access for fishing and wildlife watching along the banks.
|Length||4.6 miles, One Way|
This section of the Hills to Sea trail takes you through a variety of habitats from mature forests to second growth, meadows, beside streams, a beaver pond with lodge, along stone walls, and passes few houses or roads.